Laurel Canyon, a two-hour docuseries airing on May 31st and June 7th on EPIX, features new interviews with everyone from Jackson Browne and David Crosby to Linda Ronstadt and Roger McGuinn — but the only images of them you’ll see on screen are vintage ones from the late Sixties and early Seventies. “It feels much more immersive,” says director Alison Ellwood, who also made the 2013 documentary History of the Eagles. “We wanted to keep them young, too. We didn’t want to be cutting to them 50 years later, because it takes you out of that moment.” Photographers Henry Diltz and Nurit Wilde took most of the snapshots, the best of which are shown here. “I was so lucky to be smack in the middle of all that, with a camera in my hand,” Diltz says. “It’s become a mythical place, almost like Camelot.” — Angie Martocci

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